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Here's the zip file:

My project is on an SSD, including the proxies.
All proxies are in wire mode. Not mesh.
I don't use a network. it's locally stored.


Thanks for providing the scene. I was able to repro this issue on my end as well. It seems like changing from CoronaBitmaps to native 3ds Max bitmaps, scene actually saves faster. The issue seems to be related to Corona bitmaps not proxy.

This is now logged: (Report ID=CMAX-964)

Update to Corona 11 HF 2.

You can download it from here:

[Max] Bug Reporting / Re: MultiTexture odd behaviour
« on: 2024-05-10, 12:11:47 »

I am unable to reproduce this issue on my end.

Please see the video attached.

I hope you are not referring to the 3rd party multitexture plugin but to Corona multimap.

I am using 3ds Max 2024 and Corona 11 HF 2.

Feel free to contact us via ticket if you need any further help.


A similar issue was reported earlier and as per my knowledge this has been already fixed in the newest version of Corona which is Corona 11 HF 2.

Triplaner Performance issue:

Can you please upgrade to Corona 11 HF 2 and see if the problem persists?

You can download Corona 11 HF 2 from here:

[Max] I need help! / Re: Corona Sun doesn't work properly
« on: 2024-05-10, 11:56:18 »

Can you please send us your scene via ticket so we can have a quick look?

Hi, Yes

Sorry, I misunderstood this. You are correct that with only 10-20 proxy object in the scene, the file size would not have been that big. It would take a lot of proxies and even then the file size increase would be very very less.

I can test this more thoroughly if you can share your file to see what actually is happening.

There can be other causes too, such as if you saving it locally or on a network. Or you are using a SSD or HDD etc.

Feel free to attach the file here, I will have a look.

Ticket #242674

[Max] Bug Reporting / Re: wxWidgets assertion failure
« on: 2024-05-07, 19:57:00 »
Also what version of Corona you are using? I hope you are using Corona 11 HF 2.

[Max] Bug Reporting / Re: wxWidgets assertion failure
« on: 2024-05-07, 19:56:17 »

Can you send us your scene along with repro steps by starting a ticket?

You might be experiencing some network IP/DNS auto resolving issue.

The solution could be to add IP address of node workstation in the main workstation host file that is located in this location: "C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts"

and then do the same thing in the node system as well. Add ip address and name of the workstation in the hostfile as well.

To get the hostname of your PC, you can use "whoami" command in the CMD and to get the IP address of your pc, you can use the "ipconfig" command and look for the IPV4 address.

I would advise you to consult your network engineer to do this for you and diagnose any network related issue in your PC.

You can also do some basic ping tests from both pc to see if they can communicate with each other or not.

You can also try some of these general troubleshooting steps to see if they help you:

1.Are you using some VPN software? If so, please stop using it and make sure you are using BB/DR on a "classic" local network.
2.Disable any antivirus software you are using on all PCs (including Windows Defender and Firewall) - this is just to check if the issue is related to this software. You can then turn it back on.
3.Add custom inbound/outbound rules in Windows Firewall - See this guide
4.Do not mix Corona's DR and Backburner. Use only one or the other.
5.Make sure on each computer there is only one instance of 3ds Max, DR server, Backburner. If there are multiple instances running at the same time (for example two 3dsmax.exe processes), some issues may appear.
6.Do not render from a perspective view—use some kind of camera, preferably a Corona Camera.
7.Open your scene, go to Render Setup, deselect the "lock" icon in the top right corner. Click on any viewport, then click on the viewport you want to render. Select the "lock" icon in Render Setup again. Such a reset of the rendered view sometimes helps.
8.Disable IPv6 -
9.Go to Windows’ Services list and make sure "Function Discovery Provider Host" and "Function Discovery Resource Publication" are started. Set them to automatic start.
10.Make sure you have network discovery enabled -
11.Make sure you are using exactly the same 3ds Max version on all of the computers taking part in the distributed rendering (note: even using different update/hotfix versions may cause problems, for example, 3ds Max 2020.3 vs 2020.2).


We have this already logged in our system, but this feature is currently not planned anytime soon but if this changes, we will let you know.


we will need to investigate your scene to understand the issue. Please use the link shared by Tom above to start a ticket with us.

[Max] Feature Requests / Re: Toon Outlines
« on: 2024-05-02, 13:20:36 »

This is currently logged as a feature request in our system.

(Report ID=CMAX-947)

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